Configuration options for updating windows 7
Still, a large proportion of Windows 10 devices have missed out because it's not being rolled out automatically - you have to choose to upgrade.It's easy to find out which version you're running and then upgrading to the most up to date version, which should read 16299 To install the most up to date version of Windows 10, you can try troubleshooting using the Windows Update tool (see below), but we would recommend using the Media Creation Tool instead.If you're still getting problems, download and run the Windows Update Troubleshooter, then reboot and try to update again.
A "Disk Cleanup" app should appear before you in the search criteria field. Windows should scan your system for a while and then a box will pop up. You could be presented with a list of files to delete right away, one of which is “Previous Windows Installation(s)”, or if that option is not visible, you will need to select the “Clean up system files” option on the bottom left.Windows will do some more calculations and give you another a very similar looking box, this time with the option to delete ‘previous windows installation(s).You might have to scroll down to find it, but it should be taking up a sizeable bit of drive space, in our case, almost 5GB. In the separate message box that appears asking if you’re certain you want to send this, click Delete Files, and you’re done.Here’s a list of some of Windows 10’s reoccurring issues - as well as informaton about how to fix them.We could write a book about the problems people report with the upgrade to Windows 10.